All are welcome at Christ Church. Whether you are a first-timer or a long-time parishioner, a newcomer, a visitor, a seeker, or you are returning to Christ Church, everyone has a place at Christ’s table. Whoever you are, or wherever you may be in your stage of life or phase of your spiritual journey, we hope you will come worship with us.

We care for each other because we believe no one is beyond the reach of God. The resources of God’s love are available to all throughout our lives. We participate in many different ministries that help us grow in faith and service. 

Christ United Methodist Church, with a membership of over 600, continues to grow and change to meet the needs of the congregation and community. Our church draws strength from the past, and courageously plans for the future in order to respond to the needs of life in the contemporary world.

  • A Story of Redemption 1

    A Story of Redemption Ruth 1:1-22 This morning we begin our annual Journey to the Cross marked by what we call the season of Lent. Lent is a time of preparation as we make our way through the 40 days leading up to Easter Sunday.  Lent is a time of intentionally remembering again the story of our redemption … the story of Jesus’ death on the cross … and the love and grace of God that made that redemption possible.

  • A Really Powerful Prayer

    A Really Powerful Prayer                                                                                      Exodus 33:12-23 One of the things I really like about Old Testament characters is that they’re so thoroughly human. These heroes of the faith are great … and at the same time,...

  • Winning Tomorrow's Battles Today

    WINNING TOMORROW'S BATTLES TODAY 2 Timothy 4:1-22 Have you ever heart the old saying that “The battle’s won before it’s ever begun?” It’s actually a quote from a book entitled “The Art of War” written in the 8th century by a famous Chinese military general.  The whole concept is that in military battles, preparation is most often the defining factor that gives victory. As I think about that, I can’t help but agree.

  • Choose Your Influences Wisely

    Finishing Well: Choose Your Influences Wisely Timothy 3:1-18 It happens far more than we want to admit. Good kids that loose their way. Good students stop going to classes and let their grades slide.

  • Finishing Well: Live Like a Champion

    Finishing Well: Live Like a Champion 2 Timothy 2:1-26 The 1998 NFL draft was one of the most anticipated drafts in history, mainly because of two very talented quarterbacks who were sure to be picked first and second. Who were they? If you're a football fan, you just might remember.

  • Finishing Well: Break the Bad Attitudes

    Finishing Well: Break the Bad Attitudes 2 Timothy 1:1-18 One thing I enjoy about Facebook is the fact that I can keep up with friends from High School, who are now scattered all over the country. It’s great to hear about what they’re doing and what they’re doing with their life. Thing is, I often times find myself surprised by what I read.

  • Common Sense Finances

    Financial Wisdom: Common Sense Finances Proverbs 3:5-18 Have you ever noticed how some of the smartest people around sometimes don’t have a lick of common sense? They’re super-intelligent, but when it comes to the common every-day things of life, they just don’t have a clue! Rocket science, yes.

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